That's fine. The point I'm making is that when you're busy taking care of life's ordinary<quoted text>
I see your point, but I'm still not for IR unions, sir.
calls, working, and just living, much of that brouhaha over people's race or IR becomes irrelevant. I was the same way about gay people when I first moved out here. It actually made me go back to my hometown, because I just wasn't used to seeing so many homosexuals. Well, I could only take so much of my old hometown after awhile. A man likes to think he's getting somewhere in life, but back there old haunts were settling in again. I thought I'd give this city another try, and it's been good ever since. Yes, there are gays here, but I'm not gay and don't usually attend gay functions. Gay people are fine nevertheless, and make up a good part of this city and its history. They don't bother me.